This little place is bright and cozy. It has all the comforts of home in a quiet little town close to Capitol Reef, Lake Powell, & Goblin Valley. Play all day and have a wonderful place to relax.
“This was a great place to stay! It was very clean and comfortable and it had good amenities. We had easy access to Capitol Reef National Park and Goblin Valley. The owner was very responsive when I had questions and gave us good advice on some sights to see. If you want to see some amazing parts of Southern Utah, stay here!”
Our newly remodeled 1940’s cottage offers a unique place to stay while traveling through beautiful southern Utah. Located right off Highway 24, its only a block away from the heart of town. Our cozy homestead is a great place to enjoy one another’s company and to relax from a day of traveling and exploring. Come stay with us and enjoy our beautiful rural community. From Capitol Reef NP, to Lake Powell, there is bound to be an adventure here for you!
“This cute house exceeded our expectations! Full of history, this house has been updated and well-decorated to provide all we needed for our stay after hiking in Capitol Reef. The front porch was a fun place to relax in the evening, and we enjoyed some of the fun games provided. The kitchen was stocked with plenty of dishes, pots and pans, as well as dish towels that we needed for our dinner and clean-up. We slept well in the comfortable beds. We would love to stay in this house again if we are traveling through Hanksville.”
We loving refer to our Economy cabins as "Tuff Shed" cabins. They are very basic with one Queen bed, small TV, desk and chair. The cabins do have heat to keep you warm on those crisp desert nights. Our Economy Cabins are camp cabins, so there is no restroom or kitchen within the cabin, but you will have access to our Bath House Facilities, and we have charcoal BBQs available for our guests. No Pet Allowed. No same day check-in reservations after 6 PM. Checkout is 10:00 AM local time.
“The cabin is nice and clean- right next to a beautiful green pasture with cows, calves, and horses. In a clean, modern RV park very conveniently located to Capitol Reef Nat’l Park. I drove 10 minutes into park to a panorama point for sunset and sunrise. There is a gas station with food, drinks across street. I would stay here again. I would have liked a mini-fridge and side lamp. Otherwise, it’s like a small motel tiny cabin in nature.”